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A small evergreen tree found abundantly in the forests towards the Godavari where it is associated with Satin wood. Ebony, Hardwickia binata. Buchanania angustifolia. It is only a shrub in dry area. Identified by deeply furrowed blackish grey bark and exudation of drops of milky juice. It preferes sandy loam and lime

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Melia Azedarach Seeds

It is not found in wild, generally grown as an avenue plant. Identified by fern-like tripinnate foliage and lilac and purple flowers. Recommended for plantations on wide range of soils specifically loamy laterite soils.

 

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Drupe 1.5 cms in dia., globose, 5 to 6 celled, 5 seeded

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A beautiful tree frequently cultivated around temples and gardens. It occurs on deep moist, well drained good quality soil. Identified by grey bark, straight bole, convolute bud, dark shining lanceolate leaves. 

 

Seed Collection and Storage : Greyish brown ripe fruits are collected from the trees in

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It is not found wild in forests except in small patches of Northern Circar areas. Identifying features are dark grey scaly bark and blaze pink with red streaks, exuding a milky juice. It grows on a variety of soils including laterite. It is one of the best plants recommended for avenue plantations because of its scented flowers, edible and

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It is widely occuring throughout Andhra Pradesh. It is identified by grey bark with shallow depressions and smaller leaves compared to Adina cordifolia. It attains its best development on well-drained ground with deep soils. It often grows more or less gregariously on low-lying ground with clayey soil, around the edges of tanks and swamps. It

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Moringa Oleifera Seeds

Often found wild in the forests but very commonly grown in households. It grows on a variety of soils but prefers alluvial soils with sufficient moisture. It is identified by thick, corky and deeply fissured bark and tripinnate leaf.

 

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Capsule 10 to 20 cms long: seeds 3 corned

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Often found wild in the forests but very commonly grown in households. It grows on a variety of soils but prefers alluvial soils with sufficient moisture. It is identified by thick, corky and deeply fissured bark and tripinnate leaf.

 

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Fruit is dark-purple, compound berry,

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Often found wild in the forests but very commonly grown in households. It grows on a variety of soils but prefers alluvial soils with sufficient moisture. It is identified by thick, corky and deeply fissured bark and tripinnate leaf.

 

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Pods very distinctly jointed, 5 to 10 cms

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It is introduced in India as an ornamental plant. Easily identified by greyish green bark, small bipinnate compound leaves and yellow flowers. It is recommended for plantations in black cotton soil and sandy waste land.

 

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Pod 7-15 cms long, moniliform, slender, pointed at the

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Peltophorum Pterocarpum Seeds

It is an exotic species and is largely cultivated throughout Andhra Pradesh as an avenue tree. Identified by yellow flowers in large rusty terminal panicles and large round crown. It is very hardy and fast growing.

 

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Pods oblong, 5 to 10 cms long 2.5 cms broad, compressed,

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This tree is indigenous to hot regions of Mexico and Central America and now has been naturalised in India. It grows on a variety of soils. It is identified by grey lenticelled stem, and bipinnate leaf (pinnae and leaflets each one pair).

 

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Pods 10 to 15 cms long and 1.2 cms

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It is not found in the forests but grown commonly as an ornamental plant and avenue tree. Identified by smooth, dark-greyish brown bark, and lanceolate, long-acuminate, undulate leaves.

 

Morphology of the Fruit/Seed : Fruit avoid, 2 cms long with a stalk of 2.5 to 3 cms length. The fruits become pink or

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